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Higher Education Advice

 
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Hi all,
I want to do an online/distance education master's degree in CS or Software Engineering. I have a M.S in Physics with 5 years IT experience.
Anyone has done a research on this topic?.
Anyone currently doing such course?.
No matter which country the university belongs to, as long as it is reputed and accredited ( and 100% online or not requiring us to visit the campus ).
Please share your experience.
Thanks,
Prabu
[ October 01, 2003: Message edited by: Prabu Swami ]
 
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Hi Prabhu,
Guess what ... we have the same profile ....
I am an MS-Physics with 5.5 yrs work exp in IT industry....after which I persued an MSIS at Drexel University. Was a good course but repeated most of what the industry taught me !!! I think an MBA would be a better choice than CS or IS after any work exp.
Cheers
Karen
 
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